|2020-01-30||David Siegel||[Multiple cruises]||Wt,Sal,stimf,trans,oxygen,lu,ed,es|
|2020-01-23||David Siegel||EXPORTSNP||Lu, Ed, Es, PAR, chl_stimf|
A new Data Submission Special Requirements page has been launched. It has requirements and examples for various types of data. When preparing a new submission, check to see if your data type is listed on that page. If so, review the conditionally required metadata, and optionally read tips or examples for formatting your files.
Importantly, some submissions must now include a checklist document listed under required extra documents. Checklists forms were designed to standardize and better preserve critical methods and analysis details that are part of community vetted protocols.
SeaBASS SST Validation results are being reprocessed to R2019.0 (Aqua- & Terra-MODIS) and R2016.2 (SNPP-VIIRS). Over the coming weeks the results files will be in flux, and might be updated multiple times. The old match-ups are available here.
Results are now available from a new sea surface temperature (SST) validation system providing ground-truth of satellite-borne measurements via comparisons with coincident in situ temperature measurements. Successful match-ups are compiled into one global file per date for each different sensor, and made available via a simple web-based search engine and API. More info. Produced in collaboration with the SST group at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science at the University of Miami.